Tuesday, July 07, 2009

A proposed new video series: let the people decide.

This morning, whilst eating pancakes.
Me: I thought of a new video idea this morning when I woke up. It would be called, "The Historian Explains the Difference Between Socialism and Communism." And you would explain the difference, possibly while you were eating pancakes.

Historian: . . .

Me: Just like you explained it to singing son. When we were in Yellowstone.

Historian: . . .

Me: There could be a whole series, called, "The Historian Explains."

Historian: That could be interesting.

Me: So, you'll let me?

Historian: No.

13 comments:

Becky said...

I could listen to him explain ANYTHING! Even if he was eating pancakes!!

Can't believe you were denied... lol

Craig P said...

As someone, who even though I worked with the Historian would still watch his class on TV, I say booooo! C'mon man, spread the wealth (or knowledge in this case).

lis said...

the people say yes! come on, historian! this reminded of how awestruck my sl neighbor was when the historian showed up at one of my parties. he's a star!

Dr. Write said...

Yes. Tell him it's not up to him. The public has their needs and he must give us what we want.
If that doesn't work, maybe you could make him a cake or bribe him in some other way?

Nik said...

Historian stands in the way of fine art. That's the headline.

Middlebrow said...

The people need to know. The historian needs to explain.

gilian said...

I am so, so disappointed. But I don't suppose the Historian agreed to let the people decide, did he?

NaoMichael said...

Bummer. That would be a classic series. Do try to convince him... :)

ABick said...

that is awesome! i love that story. i can actually hear the convo.

Mary said...

In the full interest of the people, I feel it is important to determine which answer will get us invited over for pancakes. Ah. You are both right.

oldbruin said...

Power to the people.
Right on.

Lesley said...

Do I need to come over and chant his name?

Emma J said...

I don't know the Historian, but the suspense is killing me. Will he (and how can he) withstand all this applause?

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